Landlord & Tenant – Residential

Guildhall Chambers is known across the South West for its work on residential Landlord & Tenant cases.

Our specialist Landlord & Tenant barristers have an enviable reputation for advising and advocating in all manner of disputes related to residential leases and tenancies.

Members of the team appear in the County Court, High Court and higher courts, and in the Tribunals of England and Wales with specialist landlord and tenant jurisdiction, as well as in mediations.

Our clients span the public and private sectors, including specialist residential property firms, property owners of all size, private landowners, residential landlords, property developers, property managers, surveyors, residential tenants as well as high net worth individuals and investors.

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For further information and enquiries please contact our clerks, who are happy to help answer your questions.

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Landlord & Tenant – Residential Experience

In addition to their practical experience, several members of the team also sit part time as Deputy District Judges and Tribunal chairs dealing with the above matters, further securing Guildhall Chambers’ reputation at the forefront of this field of work.

Landlord & Tenant - Residential Barristers

William Batstone

Call 1982

Michael Selway

Call 2007

Oliver Mitchell

Call 2009

James Fuller

Call 2020 | Sol 2017

Landlord & Tenant - Residential Clerks

Stephen Arnold

Senior Practice Manager - Civil

Joe Stayte

Practice Manager - Commercial, Insolvency, Property & Estates, Court of Protection (Property & Affairs)

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